EE is offering Reward Cards as an incentive to sign up to its broadband services.
A Reward Card worth £50 is being thrown in with its Standard Broadband product, which delivers speeds of up to 17Mbps.
According to the provider, this option is ideal for small households that have one or two web-enabled devices.
The package costs £21 a month for 18 months (plus £7 one-off).
EE is also offering a Reward Card worth £100 with its Fibre Plus Broadband, which offers superfast speeds of up to 76Mbps.
The provider believes this is a great option for "speed freak families" who will have lots of devices connected at the same time.
This contract costs £32.50 a month for 18 months (plus £32 one-off).
EE Reward Cards are pre-paid and can be used at any establishment that accepts MasterCard. Interested consumers have until July 27th to take advantage of this offer.
The company believes it is a good choice for broadband subscribers as all its plans offer totally unlimited monthly usage, with no data caps or download limits.
EE has also stressed that all its call centres are based in the UK and Ireland.